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Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau
509 Front Street, Suite 1, Henry, IL 61537
mpfb@mchsi.com
Phone: 309-364-2501
Fax: 309-364-3658

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Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau News

Illinois Farm Bureau Board sets national priorities

Five issues IFB will focus on in 2018. Read more.

Applications available for veterinary student loans

Illinois Farm Bureau is accepting applications for its Illinois Veterinary Education and Training (IVET) loan program. Read more.

Rural Nurse Practitioner Scholarship Program

Applications are now available for nurse practitioner scholarships through the Illinois Farm Bureau Rural Nurse Practitioner Scholarship Program. Applications are due May 1. Read more.

Local emergency personnel attend training

On March 3, 2018, approximately 55 local EMT’s and fire personnel attended a “Fires on the Farm” training at the Henry Fire Station. The class provided an overview of farm fires, bringing strategies, tactics, operations and water supply logistics together. Read more.

2017 Marshall and Putnam plat books available 

Updated plat books covering both Marshall and Putnam counties are now available to purchase. The cost per book is $35. Plat books will be sold at the M-P Farm Bureau office, the Marshall County courthouse, the Putnam County courthouse and the M-P Soil & Water Conservation District office.

We Need You - Join FB ACT!

We want our members' voices heard in Springfield and Washington D.C. Join the Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau in speaking up, by joining FB ACT! Read more.

Illinois Farm Bureau policy decisions recap

At the link, please find a special edition of Farm Bureau in Action. It recaps policy decisions made by the delegate body at the recently-concluded IAA Annual Meeting. Click here to view.

Commonly asked questions about the IDR changes to farmland assessment

In 2013, the Illinois Department of Revenue introduced legislation that made a fundamental change to how farmland's assessed values are determined. The Illinois Farm Bureau has compiled a list of the commonly asked questions about the change. Read more.

Illinois Farm Bureau celebrates 100 years

The Marshall-Putnam Farm Bureau has a limited number of 100 year history books for sale. If you would like to purchase "A Voice for Illinois Agriculture - The Centennial History of Illinois Farm Bureau", contact the office. The hardcover book is $17.00. 

Resources on Transportation Issues

New trucking regulations have caused a lot of confusion and prompted many calls to the Farm Bureau office.  The Illinois Farm Bureau has put together explanatory handouts on the following transportation issues.  These handouts answer many of the frequently asked questions and highlight the important information that pertains to farmers.  Click here to be routed to these handouts.